Set 1: d1t01 - Tuning d1t02 - New Minglewood Blues d1t03 - They Love Each Other d1t04 - Cassidy d1t05 - Dire Wolf d1t06 - Looks Like Rain d1t07 - Brown Eyed Women d1t08 - Lazy Lightnin' -> d1t09 - Supplication d1t10 - Sugaree d1t11 - The Music Never Stopped
Set 2: d1t12 - Samson And Delilah d2t01 - Scarlet Begonias -> d2t02 - Fire On The Mountain d2t03 - Estimated Prophet -> d2t04 - He's Gone -> d2t05 - Truckin' -> d2t06 - Drums -> d2t07 - Terrapin Station -> d2t08 - Around And Around
August 11, 2018 Subject:
This is THE BEST Sugaree ever...no questions asked. Oh and the rest of the show is quite acceptable ;) October '77 FTW
March 6, 2015 Subject:
That heavy Wolf!
I don't know if the guitar is a little too high and hot in the mix, or if Jerry tramped on the 'blistering fuzz' pedal and left it there, but he sports a searing tone through most of this show - and it sounds great! It's particularly obvious on Sugaree, and it rings out in the mellow soloing in He's Gone... too bad we can't check it against any audience sources, but none of this chunk of tour seems to have turned up.
October 18, 2011 Subject:
Excellent Show - AAA Prime
DIG the estimated>fire and how lovely they both languish in their respective jams. the fire seems a notch slower, which i think is much nicer than some of the coked up versions that can't seem to wait for the drum break.
April 23, 2011 Subject:
Lazy Lightning, around :44 you can hear Keith's piano recalling Constanten. These sounds are sprinkled throughout the concert.
Garcia is clearly "on," with some very creative phrasing in numerous tunes. Try Supplication.
The sound clarity on this is superb. Best of the bunch for 10-9-77. Thanks for sharing this.
March 12, 2011 Subject:
O.K.,spring and that...
I love this Fire...LOVE IT!
...not just Fire. I come back to this a lot and hear it better every time. Whoever said this is an average performance, I'd like to know what they're comparing it to!
Sorry, I'm not done yet...Let's put this into perspective! The Grateful Dead were always humble dudes but honestly, who else came close to creating anything close to what these guys did? You???
September 24, 2010 Subject:
Better than Average
This show has to be better than average, don't you think? Perhaps 4 1/2 stars rounded up to 5. As the below reviewer mentions Jerry is back with Wolf and I also like his fat sound in these fall shows. Jerry really catches fire on many solos such as Sugaree, Supplication, TMNS and Fire. Too bad Road Trips 1.2 didn't package this show with 10-11-77 instead of the hodgepodge of songs from this tour. There's plenty here to get excited about if you haven't heard this show yet and a Charlie Miller source that's much better than the old board.
October 28, 2009 Subject:
Nice fat wolf sound with double humbuckers, first tour since '74 when jerry used the wolf, which i say sounds much better than anything from the spring of '77, Jerry just rips up and down that wolf fret board with complete ease, in turn making some sick jams which can be found trough out the show
October 27, 2009 Subject:
I second serpentale
Bobby is absolutely locked in on this Fire... Jerry's final solo is melodic as always with a nice hard edge... an "average" show perhaps, as many have noted, but one where you get the feeling that the boyz really liked it...
October 25, 2009 Subject:
Good show. Nice quality remaster by Charlie.
October 9, 2008 Subject:
first of many>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Great show great recording!
I swear I saw 4 or 5 Violinist on stage during Terrapin!
It was a majical night for this neophyte.
February 16, 2008 Subject: